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New SDMBA Representatives at Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve PDF Print E-mail

While SDMBA  has been busy following and contributing to the process of finalizing the Del Mar Mesa (DMM) Resource Management Plan (RMP), [check out the Timeline] we realize that our participation at Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve (LPCP) is equally important to representing the interests of all trail users.
Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve lies between Rancho Peñasquitos, Sorrento Hills, Del Mar Mesa, Torrey Hills and Mira Mesa. Stretching approximately seven miles from the I-5 and 805 merge to just east of I-15; it encompasses some 4,000 acres. The Preserve is jointly owned and administered by the City and County of San Diego. For more info, including a map, visit the City web page for 
SDMBA has recently doubled our representation there by assigning a new SDMBA-LPCP Liaison and a new LPCP Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) representative.
Michael MacGregor is the new LPCP-Liaison. He is able to dedicate the time and attention to LPCP that it deserves. He has been a SDMBA member for a little over a year, but has proven his commitment and ability to represent the mountain biking community. He was Volunteer of the Year in 2008 and now oversees the Trailwork Committee. He is also a new SDMBA Board Member. As Liaison at LPCP he will act to facilitate the interaction and communication between the Ranger Staff, our Board Members, our members and volunteers. 
Rob Mikuteit will represent SDMBA at the CAC meetings. Rob has been a SDMBA member since 2001 and been involved at LPCP even longer. He will focus on the duties of the CAC, which includes participation in making policy recommendations on the management of the preserve to the City- and County-elected Task Force. The primary concerns of the CAC are to protect the Preserve as a natural resource for habitat, for education and for recreation. Their meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of odd-numbered months, at 7:00 p.m. in the Ranch House, off of Black Mountain Road.

If you are interested and able to help at LPCP please send an email to 
Michael MacG. 
If you are interested in learning more about the CAC visit the 
LPCP-CAC member discussion forum. 


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